An animal charity has stepped in to prevent what could have possibly ended in the murder of two male Pit Bull Terriers, found at a council estate in Mersyside.
It is believed the dogs were owned by neighbours and members of fascist group, "Ain't No Black In The Union Jack", or simply, "ANBITUJ". The guard dogs had been honorary flag bearers for the group that are campaigning for the removal of everyone from Britain, bar themselves.
"One night when our dogs were supposed to be on duty, I woke up in the middle of the night to hear some weird panting and yelping noises. I thought nothing of it, until Bill from next door rang my doorbell. He says mate, you better come a look at this, our two dogs are going at it. The worst part was my dog "Paki Killer", was the catcher, and his dog "Adolph was the pitcher".
ANBITUJ has an extremely strict line on homosexuality. Were they to be elected in the constituency of Merseyside, they would lobby parliament for the execution of all homosexuals, human, animal or even those of the Aryan Master Race.
Neighbours who had secretly known about the homosexual affair for several years had become scared for the safety of the animals, when they heard the midnight fracas, as the two men attempted to separate their dogs.
"We know what ANBITJU's position is on this sort of thing, and what they might do to the dogs if they found out. We had no choice but to call in the authorities", said a near neighbour.
ANBITJU has since distanced itself from the men, who are likely to stand trial for attempted canicide, sometime next month.